Brtnice – Historical Urban Landscape

Lokalita Brtnice
Typ Městská památková rezervace
Místo nálezu 49.3069471, 15.6764224
Brtnice – Historical Urban Landscape


Brtnice is a small town in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 3,800 inhabitants. The centre of the town is historically significant and is protected by law as urban monument zone. 

  • Josef Hoffmann’s house
  • Waldstein and Collalto rennaisance castle above the town
  • Town hall, a former renaissance house
  • Church of Saint Jacob, baroque rebuilt
  • Former Minims (Paolans‘) monastery and church dedicated to St. Boromeus and blessed Giuliana
  • One rennaisance brick bridge and two baroque bridges over the Brtnice River


  • Jewish cemetery in the northern outskirts
  • Castle ruin Ruckstein (Rokštejn) about 5 km north-east from the town, founded around 1280